|Measurement||image: 13 x 18 cm|
|Object type||Work on paper|
|Physical description||charcoal and oil pastel on paper|
|Place made||Australia: Victoria, Wangaratta|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: AWM Licensed copyright
Tucker served in the army for several months, and his many images from this period are quite bleak. This work depicts a man, his body distorted and grotesque, lying beneath a military tank. The sun sets over the peaked mountain range in the background, a metaphor for the loss of life.